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Old   December 31, 2019, 16:33
Default AMR version of fireFoam
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Hi All,

We have recently published a version of fireFoam called diffusionFireFoam that incorporates AMR for efficient simulation of diffusion flames. Links to the publication and associated git repo with code and example cases are included below :

Article :
https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...79711219303807

Repo :
https://github.com/clapointe2011/pub...fusionFireFoam

It was developed for ofdev between releases 6 and 7, but will compile with minimal changes for versions 6/7. Work is underway to incorporate additional physics/functionality.

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